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2005 Ducati 749s on mail.2040motos

$7,500
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:11
Location:

Yuma, Arizona

Yuma, AZ

Ducati Other description

I have owned the bike since early 2011. I bought it with about 11K miles and it now has a little over 18K. The bike was completely serviced at the time I bought it and I had an oil change and service before I stored it the end of 2011 when I moved out of the country. The bike has been stored in a garage since the end of 2011, and has been started once a week. I now live here in Yuma. The bike is completely stock, and in good condition (never been down). Please reference an owners manual on-line for spec questions as there are too many to list here. The bike is in need of tires, and I have taken that into consideration when setting my asking price but the price is negotiable, within reason. I can answer any questions you may have and if serious, shipping can be made possible. I have price shipping and it is about $450 and takes 2-3 weeks to get the bike from WA to Yuma. Please email or call with any questions you may have. Brian@

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